No water/graywater/selfsanitizing, valve toilet, waste recycling system
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The international schedule of classes of goods and services appears to be (11) apparatus for sanitary purposes, including water supply, heating, steam generating, cooking, ventilating; and (7) a form of machine. What is new in the art of toilets and waste recycling systems as pertains to this invention is;

Replacement of the function of the water, the toilet bowl, and p-trap with the bowl valve (in bowl valve toilet) and the in sewer line valves, below cone type toilet or in sewer line valve and ptrap or pressure seal toilet cover and p trap in line (drawings 1-2, 8-11)
In toilet air suction of smell outside via toilet (2)
Automatic water/steam pressure spray nozzles/toilet flush/cleaning/sanitizing with water saving time cycle selection/valve activation (9, 24N, 9ST, C1, C2, C3, 45, 1, 7, 25, 3M)
Reuse of blackwater for flushing in closed loop or graywater in open loop
Heat treatment of waste and system sanitizing with it to safety use waste as fertilizer in field, garden, lawn, via the microwave toilet cover 3M heating prior to dumping valves, via microwave steam generation (D.11) threw spray nozzles and holding in sewer trap to cook threw (25STP) or heating tank when full (D.3) with solar, gas, ect. Hot water coil.

Kurtz, James D. (Lammers) (Plymouth, WI, US)
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Primary Examiner:
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
James D. Lammers Kurtz (c/o Janet Lammers 326 Dewey Lane, Plymouth, WI, 53073, US)
What is claimed is:

1. No water/graywater/self sanitizing, valve toilet, waste recycling system, its functions & sequence of operation. Open cover activation of air suction fan/motor & valve(s) to waste catching position for use selection of cycle time C1 urine/rinse or C2 defication. Flush/wash of toilet with steam or water (black, gray, both) C3 automatic, timed pressure blackwater or unfiltered sewer line flush of wastes to septic tank closed cover activation of microwave cover heat/sanitizer (If type used) turn off air suction fan/motor & turn valve (s) to dumping waste position turning on selected cycle time C1 or C2 and water/steam valve (s), pump(s), toilet spray nozzles after which, turning on C3 pressurized, unfiltered, blackwater sewer line flush of wastes to septic tank (unless steam selfsanitizing used, then C3 activates after steamed waste traped in line to cook threw & waste heat reclaimed) blackwater closed loop/near closed loop systems filtered or unfiltered and graywater system applications. Septic tank coil water heating of waste via solar gas/etc/ (If not microwaved/steam sanitized in toilet) enabling use as fertilizer on fields, gardens, lawns.

2. Not net water valve toilets with pressure water/steam cleaning/nozzles and air suction venting outside, way made/works bowl valve (ball/roller type) toilet catches/dumps waste in cone below valve. Cone type toilet with 1 in line valve & p-trap or alternatively 2 valves in sewer line alternatively sealed toilet cover & p-trap in line

3. Toilet selfsanitzing heat treatment/recycling system steam generation by microwave/other sources, used to flush/clean/sanitize toilets/wastes via 9ST steam nozzles. In line cooking trap 25STP with water coils 25CT alternatively microwave toilet cover 3M cooking waste in toilets before valves dump wastes for return to septic tank.



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The field of endeavor to which the invention pertains is, 11 apparatus for sanitary purposes including; water supply, heating, steam generating, cooling, ventilating and 7 A form of machine and electrical device made of plastics, stainless steel, copper, ceramics, ect. As cited in the international schedule of goods and services.

Problems with Prior Art: Prior toilets had water in bowls and required p-traps in the toilet bowl to stop gas from entering building, which also required water to flush the wastes out of the bowl and p-trap to the sewer pipe which flushing atomized feces/urine water into air and bacteria on all related surfaces sinks, toothbrushes, ect. This further pollutes trillions of gallons of water a year in USA alone at a cost of multibillions of dollars to treat waste water and pump it to and from users. And more to clean up from this pollution ran into streams and lakes by citys. Prior art also could not utilize wastes as fertilizer as it was not heat treated to kill bacteria/viruses precluding use on farms gardens, lawns, fertilizer that could be used in local area and farmers would pump tanks for free. Prior art smelled up bathrooms with use, pluged gravity sewer lines, had to be hand cleaned, used harmful chemicals, and low water toilets had to be flushed two times to get waste down and use 2-3 gallons each time flushed even just to urinate. In California and other states they are building desalination plants to continue said wasteful use of water they don't have to waste at additional multibillion dollars in costs to the public.


The object of this invention was to, (a) stop use of net water in all toilets, (b) stoping the costs involved in wasting this precious natural resource, (c) stoping toilet related introduction of bacteria/viruses via feces atomization into air and bathroom surfaces, (d) automatic cleaning/sanitization (e) safe natural recycling of waste, economically on or near area where waste made, farm, garden, lawn utilizing as a natural resource reducing importation of commercial fertilizer.

The substance of the claimed invention is, first the valve toilet, which makes it no longer required to have water and a p-trap in the toilet (thus not requiring water to flush wastes/water out of the bowl/p-trap) because the valves replace them, uses no fresh water from the tap and no net water is required to use the valve toilets (bowl type, inline type and cover and inline p-trap type.) One simply opens the toilet cover sets down drops their wastes presses cycle one for urination, cycle 2 for defication and closes toilet cover, which acts as an on/off switch. Opening the cover turns valves to waste catching position, turns on air suction threw the toilet removing smells while wastes are droped into the bowl valves bowl or into the sewer line below the toilet (if in line type). Selecting a cycle tells the timer how long to stay on. Closing the cover activates motors that turn the valves to waste dumping position (if microwave cover type, after microwaved waste) and turn off the suction fan. At this time graywater and or black water and or steamed water is turned on flushing/sanitizing the toilets/valves after which a blackwater sewer line flush is activated flushing wastes to the septic tank. (If inline steam cleaned the waste must sit in line to cook threw before flushed) Once heat treated wastes in tank when full is pumped by farmer or others requiring fertilizer without cost to owner.

The advantages are the same as the objective over the old art cited @5.

This invention works in closed loop or open loop (D.1,D.2) or in combination (D.10) which is closed loop for most part.


FIG. 1 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOWL VALVE TOILET FRONT VIEW, CLOSED LOOP NO WATER USE/FILTER/PUMP/MODIFIED EXISTING BLACKWATER TANK FOR TOILET WATER ONLY/BOWL VALVE TOILET SHOWN IN DUMPING POSITION”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 1:

1. Bowl valve shown in dumping position with pressure spray nozzles spraying clean the bowl inside the valve which is held up by it valve stems

1B The valve bowl shown facing down ward after waste dumped, it is narrower in this view as seat is from side to side

1S Valve stems one is short and held up by the cone after valve installed. The other is longer and fits threw the valve motor and screws onto the manual valve handle

2 Depicts a hole in the back of the toilet above the bowl valve and below the seat that leads to a cavity in the toilet and piped down threw the toilet below the bathroom floor. This sucks smelly gases/air down outside via a suction fan/motor that turns on and off when the toilet cover is lifted up or shut via a switch in the hinge 3H

2SF Air suction fan and motor

2P ¾″ PVC pipe from toilet to suction fan and outside

2W Air suction wire from SF to junction box 15

3 Toilet cover flat if not microwave type hinged to toilet in back 6 via 3H

3H Toilet hinge and electric on/of switch

3W Wires from the cover hinge switch and if microwave 3M to junction box 15

4 Seat anchored to toilet cylinder 6 via glue or screws

5 Sewer tank sive keeps out solids so water can run in it allowing submersible pump to pump water from tank to filter via pipe 24P and on to toilet nozzles

6 Injection molded or other material toilet cylinder shaded minus the cone 11 which is made separate to assemble the bowl valve inside toilet

7 Electric motor valve turner turns long valve stem or alternatively has a stem that fits into the valve to turn it. It is activate via 7W, 3W, 3H indicating valve down when cover down and up when cover up

8 Manual valve handle for emergency use/no electricity

3 of 4 pressure spray nozzles shown mounted threw holes in cone 11 prior to being screwed to 6

24P Pressure pipe from filter to nozzles

10P 4″ PVC sewer pipe with 90° bend from cone 11 to tank water nozzles wash solids and liquids threw pipe under pressure

11 Toilet valve cone holds valve in place at top 4″ male fiting at bottom to fit PVC pipe

11S Self taping screws screw up threw holes in cone 11 into 6 the toilet cylinder at point valve stems fit between and O ring between

15 Junction box to connect all wires and timer if not in 45

16 Electric on off valve to turn on or off the water from the filter via 24P. This is turned on when the cover is shut and cycle switch 1 or 2 selected and valve motor turns valve to dumping position. It stays on until timer shuts it off according to cycle

16W Wires from water on off valve to junction box and coordinate on off with SP1 on off

18 Electric power line in to junction box

45 Cycle sheet box, cycle 1, 2, 3 buttons timer switch starts cycles and times them 1 light spray clean for urinating, 2 for defecating, 3 no timer it is held in and flushes out sewer line as long as pressed, this also acts as a manual overide on time to clean bowl if more cleaning is desired

45W Wires from 45 cycle selector to 15 junction box

SP1 Subersable pump in tank turns on with 16 when cover closed and cycle selected turning valve to position

SP1W Wires from pump motor to 15 junction box

MBW1 Modified existing blackwater tank in ground

24PT Water pipe from the pump threw the sive to the top of the tank and out to house and filter and back to toilet

F1 Filter probably cartridge or diamataceous earth

TCI Sewer tank cover

3M Microwave toilet cover sanitizing/treatment option heats waste in seconds before dumped by bowl valve its timer turned on by cycle switch and 3H

C3V Valve and motor controled by cycle button C3 via wire C3W this is an option and part of the optional non filtered sewer line pressure flush. This reduces amount of water needed to be filtered. Filtering needed to prevent nozzle pluging among other things.

C3W Wire from 15 to C3V unfiltered water line flush valve

24PT Water pipe from the tank and C3V to 10P used to pressure flush lines without filtering

FIG. 2 describes and embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOWL VALVE TOILET, SIDE VIEW, BALL TYPE WITH GRAYWATER BASEMENT/FIRST FLOOR SUPPLY TANK/PUMP/FILTER ON EXITING SYSTEM BOWL IN WASTE DUMPING POSITION”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 2:

1. Bowl ball valve bowl down position dumping

1/0 Rubber O-ring between ball and valve cylinder and place cone screws up to cylinder after ball put in

1VS Ball valve stem

2 Air suction hole in toilet cylinder 6

2P PVC ¾″ air suction pipe comes down from hole outside

2SF Air suction fan and motor

3 Toilet cover

3 MH Microwave unit on cover nukes waste

3H Toilet cover hinge and switch

3W Wires to 15 junction box from microwave/switch

4 Toilet seats

6 Toilet cylinder minus cone 11

9 3 of 4 pressure spray nozzles in cone 11

10P Depicts 4″ existing gravity sewer line

11 Valve cone meets 6 at 1/0 with screws

11S Self taping cone screws

15 Wire junction box

7W Wire from bowl valve motor to junction box

2W Wire from suction fan motor to junction box

16 Electric water on offvalve turns on to left water in toilet when pump motor turns on via signal from 45 and 3H

P1 Graywater motor/pump sucks GW from tank GW4 to cone

P1W Wire to 15 from P1

F1 In line filer sized to stop hair, dirt pluging nozzles

GW1 Existing tub/shower graywater from

GW2 Existing sinks graywater comes from to GW 4

GW3 PVC pipe from GW sources added to GW4 holding tank

GW4 30 gallon plastic drum two top holes to receive PVC pipes and one bottom for pipe to pump GW6

GW5 PVC return pipe to septic tank

GW6 PVC pipe from tank to pump in basement or 1st floor

24P Pipe feeding GW to toilet from GW4/GW1 GW2

45 Cycle selection water saver C1 urine, C2 deficate C3 manual overide and or line pressure flush

BW1 Existing blackwater tank

10PLW Water out to filterbed or other use or waste pump hole

24PT Blackwater sewer flush pipe from blackwater tank/pump

FIG. 3 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOWL VALVE TOILET, BALL TYPE, WASTE CATCHING POSITION, NON MICROWAVE COVER, WITH HEATING/SANITIZING COIL IN EXISTING BLACKWATER TANK SIDE VIEW”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 3:

1 Ball type bowl valve diagonal lines

1B Bowl inside the ball

2 Air suction hole in cylinder

2P PVC pipe

3 Toilet cover without microwave unit in

3H Cover hinge and switch

4 Toilet seat

6 Toilet cylinder

10P 4″ gravity sewer line existing

11 Valve cone

45 Cycle selection switches

SG1 Existing hot water tank solar gas or electric

22V Depicts on off valve manual that turns on hot water to the tank heating coils heating the waste as 22 flows to 23 and threw 23V a circulation pump

22 1½″ ABS or PVC coil piping inside of tank

23 Same heating coil with water going out not in

23V Circulating pump and on of switch

FIG. 4 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOTTOM UP VIEW OF ROUND CONE AND CYLINDER ON BOWL VALVE TOILETS, BALL TYPE”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 4:

2P Air suction PVC pipe

2W Air suction wire from suction fan motor to 15

2SF Air suction fan/motor

6 Toilet outer cylinder of PVC or otherwise

7-8 Bowl valve motor and manual knob

7W Bowl valve motor wire to 15

9 Pressure spray nozzles 4 of them in cone 11

10 Waste out of 4″ end of cone 11

11 Valve cone

11LP Cone lip that meets up to cylinder 6

11S Self taping screws hold cone and ball to cylinder

15 Junction box for wires

16 Electric on/off water intake valve to toilet cone

16W Wires from 15 to 16

17 Optional place to put in line water heat in

18 Electric line in to 15

3W Wire to microwave and hinge cover switch

24P Water pipe from source to toilet

FIG. 5 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “OVERHEAD VIEW OF BOWL VALVE TOILET BALL TYPE SHOWN WITH ROUND TYPE CYLINDER AND SEAT”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 5:

1B Bowl in ball valve ready to catch waste

4 Toilet seat

7&8 Manual knob and electric motor that turns the bowl valve

3H Cover hinge and on off switch

FIGS. 6A and 6B describe an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “OVERHEAD VIEW OF TOLLER TYPE BOWL VALVE VARIATION”). The following items are provided in reference to FIGS. 6A and 6B:

1B Bowl valve in catching position rectangular type (FIG. 6A)

1VS Roller bowl valve stems (FIG. 6A)

6 Rectangular cylinder of toilet (FIG. 6A)

7 Valve motor (FIG. 6A)

8 Manual valve knob (FIG. 6A)

1B Roller bowl valve with oval ends for oval type cylinder bowl in catching position (FIG. 6B)

1VS Roller bowl valve stems (FIG. 6B)

6 Oval type cylinder (FIG. 6B)

7 Location of valve motor in front on roller types (FIG. 6B)

8 Manual valve rotation knob (FIG. 6B)

FIG. 7 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “UNDER SIDE OF WASHER TOILET COVER OVAL OR ROUND FOR INLINE VALVE TOILETS”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 7:

3 Depicts where oval cover would be over seat

3A Depicts the round cover over its seat

9 Depicts the pressure spray nozzles in the cover if this were microwave type it would be in this center area too

3HW Depicts the cover part of the hinge switch this one though delivers water to 9 from water supply

FIG. 8 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “IN LINE VALVE TOILET, CONE TYPE, USED IN TO WATER/GRAYWATER APPLICATION, SIDE VIEW, SINGE VALVE TYPE SELF CLEANING”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 8:

1 Depicts 4″ ball valve under toilet cone in closed position while in use and end of cycle operates the same way bowl valve toilets do. Only this valve opens and seat cover cleans the cone/flushes waste threw it to 10P and then BW1

2 Air suction hole to 2P

2P Air suction pipe PVC

2SF Air suction fan/motor

2W Wire from 15 to 2SF

3&9 Water washer/spray nozzle cover

3MW Microwave cover option for immediate sanitation

3W Wires from cover to 15 junction box

4 Toilet seat

6 Toilet cylinder PVC one piece with cone shown

7 Valve motor turns it on signal

8 Manual valve knob

7W Valve wire to 15

10P Sewer line to tank from toilet cone

10PLW Liquid waste out to filter bed etc.

11 Toilet cone oval shown

15 Junction box for wires etc.

16 Electric on off water switch coordinates with P1W

16W Wire from on off water valve to 15

18 Electric line in to run toilet

24PT Water pipe from tank via pump to sewer line 10P for optional non filtered water flush

24P Water pipe delivering graywater or filtered treated water to spray nozzles

P1W Water pump and motor wire

BW1 Shows existing sewer tank type

45 Cycle selection buttons and box water saver

45W Wire from 45 to 15

3HW Seat cover hinge/switch/water delivery

FIG. 9 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “IN LINE VALVE TOILET, OVAL, CONE TYPE, 2 VALVE TYPE AND OPTIONAL P TRAP APPLICATION, FRONT VIEW”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 9:

1 4″ PVC valve under toilet cone

1X 4″ PVC sewer pipe used to catch waste at 1A when 3 closed and locked air tight 1A opens like 1 was water comes on 9 and cleans cone waste to 1×1 closes and 24PT washed out line is used

1A 2nd in line 4″ ball valve this can be eliminated with use of 10 pt P trap (P trap use in 1 valve works to) signaled by toilet sear up switch 3HW. If no air tight cover used 9 goes on 1 closed after 9 stops.

2 Air suction hole

2SF Suction fan/motor

2P PVC pipe from toilet to outside

2W Wire from 15 to 2SF

3/9/3 MH Toilet cover with spray nozzles in/microwave option

3L Cover electric lock sealer

4 Seat

3W Wire form sear to 15 junction box

6 Frontview of toilet cylinder

7&8 Valve 1 motor and manual knob

7W Wire from 7 to 15

7A&8A Valve 1A motor and knob

7AW Wire for 7A

9 Shows water spray cleaning cone 11

10PT Is in line PTrap can replace valves some applications

11 Toilet cone from seat to sewer pipe part of 6

15 Junction box

18 Electric wire in

24P Water/steam pipe into nozzles 9 in cover 3

24PT Blackwater into sewer line to flush

FIG. 10 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOWL VALVE TOILET, SIDEVIEW, SHOWING BALCKWATER LINE/BOWL FLUSH WITH GRAYWATER RINSE TOO”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 10:

1 Ball bowl valve

2 Air suction hole in toilet

2P Air suction PVC pipe

3 Cover

3H Cover hinge/switch on/off control

3M Microwave unit cover option

4 Toilet seat

6 In this case acrylic toilet

11 In this case PVC toilet cone bolts to 6

15 Electric junction box

16 Electrically activated turns on/off water steam @9

9 Here graywater nozzles but can be black or steam

45 Cycle timer and box/switch

45W Wire from 45 to 15

GW7 Graywater holding tank

C3V Two way electrically activated water flow valve

C3W Wire from C3V to 15 junction box

BM1 Existing blackwater tank

P1 Pump pressurizing water with elec. Motor

P1W/G Wire activating graywater

P1W/B Pump/motor wire activating blackwater pres.

F1 Filter of graywater to 9

C1 Cycle button for urination (rinse)

C2 Cycle 2 button for deficating

C3 Cycle button for manual flush of sewer line, cycle 3 does timed blackwater flush of sewer line (and toilet in some applications via 9 or 24N bowl type only)

10P PVC blackwater sewer line from toilet to septic tank

24N Blackwater bowl flush, sprayers in cone 11

24PT Blackwater supply pipe from tank to toilet

GW1 Depict water from tub/shower

GW2 Depicts water from sink

GW3 Depicts PVC graywater pipe to GW7 tank

24GW/P Depicts pressurized GW water from GW7 to 9

FIG. 11 describes an embodiment of the present application (e.g., “BOWL VALVE TOILET WITH ALTERNATIVE STEAM CLEAN/FLUSH SPRAY NOZZLES AND BLACKWATER LINE FLUSH, USING STAINLESS STEEL & OTHER HEAT RESISTANT MATERIALS”). The following items are provided in reference to FIG. 11:

2P Air suction PVC pipe from toilet to outside

2SF Suction fan/motor pipe connects to

3 Toilet seat cover

1 Bowl/ball valve

1B Bowl of valve catches/dumps wastes

11 Toilet cone waste dumped in and nozzles 9 in

9ST Steam water spray nozzles in cone 11 that clean

10STP Sewer pipe that takes steam heat

25STP Depicts custom trap that accumulates steam water & wastes in line and cooks by holding long enough to kill bacteria/viruses/also can preheat house hot water

25CT Are cooper tubing heat collector in 25STP

25 Depicts the steam water producing unit that receives filtered black or gray water F1

24ST Depicts steel pipe steam water delivery from 25

24PT Depicts blackwater unfiltered line flush pipe that enters elbow at 10STP

16 Depicts electrically activated on/off valve allowing steam to flow to 9ST in 11 cone and clean bowl 1B sanitizing it


How to use bowl valve toilets & how they work

First, one lifts the toilet cover 3, which turns on a switch on the cover hinge 3H, which turns on air suction fan/motor 2SF sucking air from below seat 2 to outside via pipe 2P; at the same time the switch 3H activates the valve motor 7 via wire 7W connected to switch 3H via wire 3W@junction box 15 and turns the bowl valve 1 and its bowl 1B up to catch wastes. If electricity is off, the bowl valve is turned by hand 8.

Next one sets on the toilet seat 4, and excretes wastes in the bowl valves bowl 1B, at which time one must select cycle by pressing button one C1 (a rinse) for urinating, or cycle 2 for deficating (a full flush) (D.1,10,11) C2 when done activates an automatic line flush of sewer pipe cycle 3 C3. (C3 also has a manual over ride button that if held flushes said line) cycle selections are located in a wall box 45, which also contains the cycle timer that turns on and off the timed cycles. The timer/switch 45 via wire 45W and junction box 15 control the cycles.

Next the toilet cover 3 is closed which turns switch 3H off, causing suction fan motor 2SF to shut off via wire 3W connected to 2W @junction box 15. Also causing activation of valve motor 7 via wire 7W after which the selected cycle starts once the motor 7 turns the valve bowl 1B down dumping waste in cone 11 & sewer pipe 10P. This activates water/steam valve motor 16 via wire 16W turning on water or steam (depending on type used) and at the same time turns on water pump/motor SP1 or P1 and directional valves is used C3V. The water or steam travels via 24P or 24ST (EE steam) to nozzles 9 or 9ST in cone 11 rinsing and or flushing the toilet bowl/valve bowl 1B and cone 11. (D,1,10 cycles different unfiltered blackwater activates first via pump P1 and valve C3V via pipe 24PT to nozzles 24N which flushes valve 1 & cone 11 after which valve 16 activates rinsing 1 via nozzles 9 cleaning blackwater with graywater (when no microwave toilet cover 3M, or microwave steamer 25, 25STP))

NOTE: Microwave toilet cover option 3M affects this cycle too by microwave activating at time cover 3m put down in closed position. After which the suction fan/motor 25F shuts off and bowl ball valve motor 7 turns bowl 1B down dumping wastes.

NOTE: All water that goes threw 9 high pressure low volume spray nozzles has to be filtered and 24N nozzles are not filtered blackwater as not needed to be.

After the bowl 1B and cone 11 are flushed and or rinsed cycle 3 turns on activating blackwater line flush of the wastes in the sewer line from septic tank via pipe 24PT, pump P1 or SP1 flow valves if any C3V to elbow in sewer line below toilet 10P and back to septic tank BM1 or MBW1, BW1. This shuts off by timer 45 700.

NOTE: In steam flushed bowl valve toilet D. 11 cycle 3 does not activate when cycle spray nozzles stop spraying. The waste is held in trap 25STP to heat it fully killing bacteria/viruses (timed) after which the waste is flushed to septic tank. After cooked the heat from wastes 25STP is reclaimed in preheated hot water piping 25CT.

After the septic tank is filled with solids, the microwave toilet water/wastes as the steam toilet wastes can be pumped out and used as fertilizer safely on farm fields, gardens, lawns. The in tank heater type D,3 heats the entire tank prior to pumping via coiled hot water from solar or gas, ect.

How to use cone type toilet with in line valves/P-trap and how they work.

The way the cone toilet, with valves or valve & p-trap or sealed cover & p-trap below toilet in sewer line work is almost the same as in the bowl valve type toilet, but the way they work is a little different, but not way used.

Lifting toilet cover 3 closes valve 2 if any opens valve 1 via motor 7 and starts suction of air 2, air hole in toilet, via pipe 2p to suction fan/motor 25F and outside. At this point one sets on the toilet and excretes wastes, which drop down threw toilet cone 11 and valve 1 (D,8,9) (Sealed cover type wastes drop into sewer line 1X or 10P with no valves in line just A p-trap 1 OPT.

Next one selects cycle just like with bowl valve type and closes the toilet cover 3, which shuts off switch 3HW, which shuts of air suction fan/motor 2Sf and opens the second valve 1A if any and at the same time activating water pump/motor P1 and valve 16 causing water (or steam if that type) to flow threw 24P pipe to 9 nozzles in toilet cover 3 or below seat 4 washing toilet cone 11 and cleaning it and below.

Next (except in steam type where waste sits in trap (25STP) after spray timers turns 9 off valve 1 closes (if any) and the pump P1 or SP1 is activated and valve C3V (if any) pumping blackwater via pipe 24PT to 1X and 10P sewer line back to tank.

NOTE: With the microwave cover option 3M, it will only work in valve types. If a single valve type the valve stays closed when cover opened and after closed until microwaved. If 2 valve type when cover closed it first microwaves waste then opens the second valve 1A (and can be done before or after 9 turned on depending on amount of water used to clean)

If an automatic lock is used in cover 3L or sealed cover the cone toilet stops gas backup and acts as a pressure stop to pressure flush sewer lines 1X or 10P and a p-trap 10PT is required in place of a valve (option) in sewer line.

There are 3 basic water use systems (a) closed loop as shown (D, 1) tank to valve C3V to filter F1 to valve 16 to nozzles 9 to 1B valve bowel to sewer line 10P to tank via flush 24PT to valve C3V to 10P (b) except for a few pints of graywater closed loop as shown D. 10, GW1 and GW2 via GW3 to graywater tank GW7 blackwater tank BM1 to pipe 24PT to pump/motor P1 to two way valve C3V to 10P sewer line; then rinse of valve 1 &11 cone to 10P and then valve C3V activation to 10P with P1 pump/motor activation flushing waste and blackwater to BM1 tank (c) open loop graywater that doesn't require dedicated blackwater and graywater lines & tanks as shown D2. Graywater GW1 and GW2 runs via GW3 pipe to GW4 holding tank/drum to pump/motor P1 to filter F1 via pipe GW 24P to valve 16 to nozzles 9 to valve 1 and cone 11 to 10P sewer line to tank BM1 with pressure flush from blackwater tank via 24PT blackwater pipe in elbow 10P going out tank 10PLW

There are 2 methods of self-cleaning/sanitizing toilets that also treat wastes for fertilizer use at same time.

(A) Microwave cover in toilet heating of waste before dumping

(B) Steam pressure washer/sanitizer with in line trap cooker and heat reclaimation which uses gray or black filtered water F1 turns it to steam by microwave or other source 25 sends the steam threw valve 16 threw pressure spray nozzles 9ST cleaning valve 1 and cone 11 and running down to 25STP trap via steel pipe ect. After cooking 24PT blackwater flushes line 10STP (D.11)

The trap 25STP is custom made of stainless steel with copper tubing coil 25CT. The steam unit is custom. Rest is off the shelf for most part. The filter has automatic backwash the toilet 6 is made of heat resistant materials as 11 cone, and valve pipes, Stainless steel no. 1 material.

The bowl valve toilet has several parts all custom made

1. Bowl valve and stems made of plastic PVC/acrylic

2. Hole/pipe for suction of air plastic

3. Toilet cover plastic acrylic; 3H/3hW hinges/switch

4. Seat cushion foam filled

5. Toilet cylinder formed acrylic including upper valve insert and seat under (4)

6. Valve motor, 8 manual handle

7. 9 Nozzles, 24N nozzles, 11 cone &11S screws that attach it to the cylinder 6, I/O the O ring seal/gasket

3M microwave toilet cover custom made and requires radiation seilding (the rest is pretty much off the shelf parts)

The in line (oval cone type toilet) valve toilet if stainless steel it is basically 3 pieces welded together cone top and cylinder otherwise it is one piece molded acrylic 6 &11 or maybe ceramic made similar to present day toilets except pipe connector